Bollywood romantic films not unreal, but surreal: Pulkit
Many of the romantic Bollywood films are tagged unrealistic and fanciful by fans, who feel they glorify scenes a lot. But actor Pulkit Samrat says there is nothing “unreal” in them, as they are “surreal”.
“I don’t think that there is anything unreal when it comes to romance onscreen. It’s just a little more glorifying, but whatever you feel in real life about love, that’s just what we try to show on the silver screen as well,” Pulkit, last seen in Sanam Re. “When you fall in love, you genuinely hear violin being played in the background, you genuinely feel clouds are bursting and you genuinely look at every small thing really beautiful.
“That’s exactly what we try to show in films. I think they (romantic films) are just a glorified extension of real life. It’s not exactly unreal. Rather I would call them surreal,” the 32-year-old added.
Pulkit, who started his career in the entertainment industry through TV, is best known for his roles in films like Fukrey, O Teri and Bangistan.